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Under a Blood Red Sky is a mini-LP live album by Irish rock band U2, produced by Jimmy Iovine and released in 1983. Along with its companion concert film, U2 Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky, the release helped establish U2's reputation as a live band, making the band a popular live college rock act. The album consists of live recordings from three shows on the band's War Tour from Colorado, Boston in the US and Germany… read more



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  • I love this album. Really captures the raw energy of their early live shows - which is great for those of us who weren't around back then to see them!
  • very very good live album. [2] "how long,how long must we sing this song...?" [2]
  • Best live album ever?
  • At their absolute zenith. Still raw and original, before Bono became everything he said he hated about rock stars.
  • ''how long, how long must we sing this song...?''
  • very very good live album.
  • DVD release is even better , about eight or nine other great tracks
  • Not a big U2 fan but this is brilliant
  • excellent excellent excellent. back when they were cool.
  • best ever!!!

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